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SCHOLARSHIP QUESTIONS, 1887. With Hints and Answers to the

Grammar Questions and Full Solutions to the whole of the Questions in

Arithmetic, Algebra, Euclid, and Mensuration. Price 8d. d discount of 25 per cent. from the prices quoted is allowed to Members of the

National Society and to the Clergy, School Managers, and Teachers.

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